Archive GLENLOSSIE 34 ans 1975 B.Bros

GLENLOSSIE 34 ans 1975 B.Bros 49,8%

Single Malt, Scotland / Speyside, 70cl, Ref: 15868

Read more

See more products from GLENLOSSIE

See all products: Berry Bros & Rudd

Definitely unavailable

  • Free delivery

    on this product

  • Protected package

    ultra-resistant packaging

  • Secure Paiement

    Credit Card, bank transfer, Paypal,...
- from €130 in France
- from €250 in Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Britain
SSL Secure Paiement

Product details

Tasting note

  • Appearance : vieil or à reflets topaze.
  • Nose : riche, concentré. Musqué, il se montre également fruité (pomme, mirabelle) et onctueux (cire d’abeille). Il évolue sur la réglisse, les épices (cannelle, girofle) et le lait de coco. Son fruité s’intensifie et devient exotique (ananas, mangue). Marqué par les zestes d’agrumes, il est ponctué de menthe verte et de fleur d’oranger.
  • Palate : vive, dynamique. Elle monte encore d’un cran. Ses fruits exotiques sont pulpeux, le miel d’acacia est révélé avec une précision inouïe. Tous les agrumes sont là (bergamote, orange, mandarine, pamplemousse, citrons jaune et vert). Elle se prolonge sur des notes de tabac, sur les épices douces (badiane, cumin, gingembre).
  • Overall : longue, ferme. Minérale (ardoise, grés), boisée (chêne, vanille) et confite (amande, noix), elle évoque la combustion d’un cigare. Salée, et maltée, elle conserve de bout en bout son caractère onctueux (crème au lait, flan). Le verre vide est d’une fraîcheur végétale particulièrement vivifiante.
The brand

The brand

Founded in 1876, Glenlossie is a distillery whose releases are particularly rare outside the world of independent bottlings. Like a large number of its counterparts, it was quickly integrated into the Scottish Malt Distillers Ltd at the end of the first world war, before being rebuilt after it was ravaged by a fire in 1929. In 1962, in the midst of a boom in the industry, its production capacity was increased. Nonetheless all of the malt produced at the distillery is destined for use in blends. Only a version of its single malt, aged 10 years, appeared in the Flora & Fauna range at the end of the 1990s.



Created in 1698, Berry Bros. & Rudd is one of the oldest wine and spirits merchants in the United Kingdom. Official suppliers to the British crown since the 18th century, the Berry and Rudd family is best known for offering a range of original and innovative products. The London shop located at 3 St James Street is a testament to the history of their knowledge and expertise and known for being home to experts with extremely high standards. In its role as a spirits bottler, Berry Bros. & Rudd selects and bottles high-quality whiskies and rums under the names “Berrys’ Own Selection, “BBR Retro” and “Exceptional Casks”.


The line

Berry Bros & Rudd have been selecting and bottling high quality whiskies and rums under the ‘Berry’s Own Selection’ label for more than 200 years. Doug McIvor, their in-house expert, has a strict philosophy when it comes to selecting the casks – they have to be mature, perfectly balanced and present a rare aromatic complexity. Occasionally, the selected barrel differs from the usual style of the distillery that has produced it, but that is of little concern to Doug, so long as the whisky complies with his rigorous criteria.

Back to top


Please wait...

Product added to your shopping cart !
Recommandations for you
Continue shopping View cart & checkout
Continue shopping
View cart & checkout